Saginaw Coffee Shop Offering Free Thanksgiving Meal As Need Grows During Pandemic

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SAGINAW, MI — A downtown Saginaw business plans to host a free drive-thru Thanksgiving dinner for those in need later this month.

It comes at a time when food insecurity is growing across the region, according to area hunger relief agencies.

All are welcome to attend the event taking place from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 26, Thanksgiving Day, at dawn of a new day coffee house, 210 Washington Ave., said co-owner Linsey Morrell. Volunteers, who will wear masks and practice social distancing, will be ready and waiting outside to distribute a free hot turkey dinner, complete with mashed potatoes, roll, a vegetable and dessert, plus care packages for men, women and children.

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